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  • Chapel Services

    Lower School students attend daily morning prayer services four times each week and a Eucharist service every Wednesday. Students are the officiates and readers at all morning prayer services and serve as acolytes and readers at all Eucharist services.
  • Special Events

      • Cinderella Ball –Kindergarten
      • Log Cabin Village – Grade 3
      • Living History Museum – Grade 5
      • Musical Production – Grade 6
  • Character Awards

    Students are recognized in Lower School chapel services on a regular basis for extraordinary acts of kindness, generosity, honesty, and other examples of exemplary character.
  • Community Service

    Each grade level in Lower School participates in a specific service project during the year. In addition, students may bring items forthe School-wide monthly collections for various community organizations and participate in other School-wide service initiatives.
  • Clubs and Leadership Opportunities

      • Student Council
      • Future Problem Solvers
      • Chess: Our K-2 chess program is the best in the nation, winning 10 team trophies and 26 individual trophies this year, tacking on to an undefeated record for 9 years running.
  • Travel Opportunities

      • Fourth Grade: Abilene, TX.
      • Fifth Grade: Williamsburg, Virginia, or to an outdoor school for an outdoor education experience.
      • Sixth Grade: Vicksburg, Mississippi
  • Parent Involvement

    All Saints’ is truly a family community. Lower School parents are encouraged to volunteer in the classroom, join their children for chapel services, lunch, and many other on-campus activities.
  • Performances

    Every grade level is involved in performances throughout the school year. Some of the favorites include the Kindergarten Cinderella Ball in which students sing opera and show off their ballroom dancing skills, the fifth grade Living History Museum,and the sixth grade major musical theater production.
  • RANGE

    Students explore the campus and beyond in activities on the RANGE (Research, Adventure, Nature, Geology, Ecology)– a unique 16-acre natural habitat on campus. They also tend to the Community Garden, cultivating and harvesting fresh vegetables that are donated to a local food pantry.
All Saints’ Episcopal School is a leading college preparatory day school in Fort Worth, Texas. Grounded in the Episcopal school tradition, All Saints’ offers programming of national distinction in the academic, fine art, athletic and spiritual disciplines, which brings to life our philosophy of promoting each student’s individual genius within.
All Saints’ Episcopal School © 2013
9700 Saints Circle, Fort Worth, Texas 76108 Phone: 817-560-5700